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Ninth Grade (Grade 9) African Imperialism Questions

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Grade 9 African Imperialism
Journey of slaves from Africa to America
  1. Middle Passage
  2. Caravel
  3. Balance of trade
  4. Cape of Good Hope
Grade 9 African Imperialism
Grade 9 African Imperialism
African city ruined by slave trade
  1. Benin
  2. New Netherlands
  3. Cape of Good Hope
  4. Ibo
Grade 9 African Imperialism

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Grade 9 African Imperialism
Which of the following is not a reason the Boer War was fought?
  1. Gold and diamonds were discovered by the British.
  2. The British wanted to control the land.
  3. The Boers were defending their land.
  4. The British wanted to use the Boer people as slaves.
Grade 9 African Imperialism

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Grade 9 African Imperialism
The purpose of the Berlin conference of 1885 was
  1. For representatives of Western industry to learn cutting edge German industrial techniques
  2. For representatives of colonized peoples to learn cutting edge German industrial techniques
  3. To set quotas and agreements surrounding the growth of the German navy
  4. To negotiate settlements among Western rivalries over the partitioning of Africa
  5. To study the ideas of the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche
Grade 9 African Imperialism
The colonization of the Belgian Congo is noted for
  1. The spirited resistance of the Congolese people
  2. The brutal treatment of the Congolese people by King Leopold II
  3. A policy of free trade that encouraged merchants from all countries
  4. The humane policies of the Belgian government toward the Congolese people
  5. All of the above
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